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I think reviews should be based on the content of the movies, not a person's personal beliefs. Majority of people know and have their own opinions of what Angels are, so why bring in the "biblical" references to this or any other spiritual movie. We all have our own Spiritual/Religious views and if they differ from someone else - so be it. Enjoy the movie - I personally loved it for light entertainment, a far cry from the over produced Violent/catastrophe end of days type movie. The players were run of mill with the acting and seemed to keep to the storyline. Whatever your interpretation of the afterlife is - this is a movie most are going to enjoy.
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